Cosmetic surgery is a standard procedure in Sydney, but it’s only rarely covered by insurance. If you have cosmetic surgery, you may also need to take care of your recovery and recovery from the surgery itself. This page will help you navigate through the post-operative stage of your procedure:

Pre-operative appointment

When you arrive at the pre-operative appointment, your doctor will discuss the procedure and what to expect in the Australian weather for instance, and later on plan the recovery procedure and schedule for cheek fillers in sydney. They may ask questions about your medical history, medications and allergies. It would help if you were prepared to answer all of these questions truthfully so that they can provide a safe and effective experience for you during surgery.

Because patients must be aware of their diet before going into surgery, doctors encourage them to bring any food allergies or dietary restrictions known by both members of their family who have been diagnosed with Celiac disease and those without this diagnosis who live with them (e.g., spouse).

Day of surgery

Before leaving your home for the day of surgery, you should gather your supplies. You will need the following:

  • The number of hours it takes from your house to the hospital. This is different depending on where in Sydney or Perth you live and how far away from either location. If you have applied for insurance for cheek fillers in Sydney, while you stay in Perth, those details need to be listed as well(more on this later).
  • A list of medications or supplements you regularly take to live a healthy lifestyle. These may include pain medication, antihistamines and other allergy medications, vitamin B12 supplements and more. A nurse will ask if these are current prescriptions at check-in time, so be prepared.

Discharge instructions

  • Take it easy for at least 24 hours after surgery. Stay in bed or on a recliner for this period.
  • When you get home:
  • Keep off your feet as much as possible during this period and avoid strenuous exercise or heavy lifting (even light activities like walking will be better than nothing).
  • Lose weight if you are heavily built. Even a little weight loss can help your body heal more quickly.

The early days following surgery

The first few days following surgery are critical, as your body needs time to heal and begin the process of recovery. It will help if you avoid strenuous exercise or a lot of surfing or water activities at the beach until the wound has healed completely, as this can cause discomfort or even worse complications. Additionally, avoid alcohol and smoking for at least two weeks after surgery so that you don’t compromise your results by exposing them to harmful particles during healing.

Try not getting out of bed immediately after eating; letting yourself rest for 30 minutes before sitting up will help prevent blood clots from forming due to excess pressure on blood vessels. Also, remember not to sit too long while driving either, while this can be hard for all the busy bees in Sydney, it is important to know that healing comes first and shouldn’t be compromised – even if it’s just around town. And finally, keep a close eye on those stitches – if they’re showing signs of loosening or falling out, then see your surgeon immediately so they can check them out again before anything becomes worse than it already is.